APSA Teaching and Learning Conference 2004-Feb-19 to 2004-Feb-22

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A

A Crash Course in Learning Communities for the Political Scientist
 Thies, Cameron.
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Active Learning in Large Classes: A Continuous Assessment Model
 Holtzman, Richard.
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Active Learning through Online Discussions? Assessing the Effects of Gender Context
 Hamann, Kerstin.
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Assessing a Political Science Curriculum
 Baldino, Thomas.
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Assessing the Department through Classroom Peer-Evaluation
 Deardorff, Michelle.
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Assessment of Students' Performance in Introductory Political Science Courses: A Nontraditional Approach
 Choudary, Maqsood.
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B

Best Practices in Service Learning: Lessons Learned at Campus Compact
 Jones, Steven.
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C

Converting Classroom Pedagogy into Web Course Pedagogy
 Kozlowicz, John.
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D

Developing Empathy to Understand the Middle East: The Use of Information Technology to Help Transcend Ethno-Centric Thinking
 Stover, William.
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E

E=MC2: Teaching with Simulations
 Jansiewicz, Donald.
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Enhancing Deeper Learning in Large Introductory Courses
 Damron, Danny.
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Enlivening Undergraduate Research Methods: A Cross-Campus Thematic Approach
 Barth, Jay.
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Experiencing Democratic Education: Political Theory and Public Achievement
 Hildreth, Roudy.
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F

From the Community to the Higher Ed Classroom: Turning Service Learning on its Head
 Ferman, Barbara.
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G

Gay Rights: The New Civil Rights Battleground
 Hall, William.
 [001] [002]


H

How Far Will You (Let Them) Go? Bold New Frontiers in Classroom Leadership Roles for Undergraduates
 Dosh, Paul.
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I

Integrating Service Learning into the Study of International Terrorism
 Reilly, David.
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L

Learning from Thirty Years of Assessment
 Young, Candace.
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M

Multiple Methods, More Success: How to Help Students of All Learning Styles Succeed in Quantitative Political Analysis Courses
 Gershkoff, Amy.
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S

Self and Peer Evaluation in Undergraduate Education: When Promises are Worth Risking the Perils
 Omelicheva, Mariya.
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Simulations as a Tool for Fostering an Understanding of Global Diversity
 Hastedt, Glenn.
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T

Teaching Political Science Experientially
 Berg, John.
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Teaching, Learning, and Assessing International Relations in Tele-Collaborative Environments
 Martin, Pamela.
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To Learn or Not to Learn, That IS the Question: Assessment in Problem Based Critical Incident Learning
 Harkness, Suzan.
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Two Birds with One Stone? Service and Learning in a Research Methods Course
 Haspel, Moshe.
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U

Using Internet Boards to Enhance Learning
 Trudeau, Bob.
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Using Learning Communities to Meet Challenges in General Education Political Science
 Huerta, Juan.
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W

Washington, D.C. as Classroom: Lessons for Civic Engagement and Service Learning
 Boles, Elizabeth.
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APSA Teaching and Learning Conference 2004-Feb-19 to 2004-Feb-22
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